The online configurator for the 2023 Nissan Z has recently gone live. Now customers can build and price their desired car.
The all-new 2023 Nissan Z has the potential to be a hot commodity. The model is coming this fall, but buyers can already specify it on the brand’s official website.
Sport, Performance, and Proto Spec trim levels are available. The last is a limited edition supplied in a quantity of only 240 units, with specific details including exclusive bronze-finish 19-inch RAYS forged alloy wheels, unique seats, and yellow-painted calipers.
Prices including a $1,025 destination charge, before taxes, other fees and options are the following: Sport – $41,015, Performance – $51,015, Proto Spec – $54,015.
All versions are powered by a 3.0-liter 400-hp twin-turbo DOHC 24-valve V6 engine with either a 9-speed automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual one.
Apple CarPlay is standard on all grades. The most optimal mid-level trim (Performance) offers, among other things, a 1.5-way clutch-type limited-slip differential, a Bose premium sound system, leather seats, four-piston Akebono calipers, and rear and front spoilers.
The color palette includes a signature Ikazuchi Yellow, Seiran Blue and Everest White that cost an additional $1,295, Boulder Gray and Brilliant Silver available at $895, and a $1,695 Passion Red. Those colors are coupled with a black roof. Rosewood Metallic, Gun Metallic, and Black Diamond Pearl are single-tone no-cost choices.
A list of available options is not as extensive as it could be. In particular, you can add to your car such options at extra pay as splash guards, on-door exterior projection lighting, a racing stripe, floor mats, deck spoilers, a cargo cover, a roadside emergency, a first aid kit, a trash bin, a virtual key, an impact sensor alarm, a dual camera recorder, a clear hood protector, a chin spoiler and a rear spoiler, illuminated sill plates, and ambient interior lighting.